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super yacht Anna 110m
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Why consider а Feadship yacht?
Through the years Feadship has earned the reputation of building the most technologically advanced yachts, some of them owned by people who don't stand the compromise. As a result, Feadships hold their value very well and depreciate slowly over the years.
Outstanding build quality of Feadship yachts is recognised by many international awards, e.g. 93m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom LADY S, for Outstanding Exterior Design as well as Best Motor Yachts Interior Design, 58m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom NAJIBA for Best Naval Architecture, 77.25m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom Pi (known also as Syzygy 818), for Innovation of the Year in 2020. The largest Feadship yacht up to date is 110m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom ANNA delivered to her owners in 2018.
The scimitar-bow (also called reverse bow) became fashionable after it was first seen on 72.8m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom Predator, launched in 2008. Also, back in 2008, Steve Jobs commissioned his 78.2m Motor Super Feadship Full Custom VENUS on which Feadship has worked together with Philippe Starck, who created her unmistakable exterior lines and interiors.
Feadship build yachts in the Netherlands, at historic Feadship shipyards: Royal Van Lent and Koninklijke de Vries.
Feadship history goes back to 1949 when two Dutch families, de Vries and Van Lent have joined forces to build the world’s finest yachts.
Feadship now has 4 construction facilities in the Netherlands, the latest addition is the giant hall in Amsterdam, opened by Her Majesty Queen Maxima in May 2019.
Feadship yachts bespoke exteriors and interiors are created by the world’s best designers: H2 Jonny Horsfield, Vitruvius Yachts, Michael Leach Design, Sinot Exclusive Yacht Design, RWD, Tim Heywood Design, Harrison Eidsgaard, Dubois Naval Architects, Andrew Winch, Clifford Denn, Guido de Groot and Philippe Starck.